Consumer Protection

Helping people fight back against unfair business practices is my passion. Frequently, I am able to secure a judgment or settlement that not only fixes the business’s reckless errors, but also puts some money in my clients’ pockets. Here are a few ways in which I help people.

Credit Repair

It’s been estimated that 20% of people have entries on their credit report that don’t belong there, damaging most of their credit. Credit is an important part of life in America, and the difference in opportunities between those with good credit and those with delinquent accounts can mean the difference between saving comfortably and living paycheck-to-paycheck. Hire me to sue Equifax, Experian, or Trans Union and force them to clean up your report so you can move on with your life.

Unfair Debt Collection

Debt collectors frequently engage in shady collection practices. Trying to collect a debt from the wrong person, failing (or refusing) to credit payments made against the debt owed, adding phantom fees that seem to come out of nowhere. It’s rampant. Hire me to sue them to put a stop to these abusive phone calls and letters.

Identity Theft

On top of the stress of securing their identity, victims of identity fraud frequently have the same problems clearing up their credit report as other victims. Hire me to sue Equifax, Experian, or Trans Union to clear up this final step.

False Advertising

There are strong Wisconsin statutes that prohibit businesses from making false or misleading claims to sell you something. These statutes apply broadly across industries and behaviors, and to encourage people to bring these claims, courts are allowed to order damages plus attorney fees. Hire me to sue if you were tricked into buying something and want your money back.

Lemon Law

Sometimes new cars don’t work. If you’ve had to bring your car in for the same service four times in its first year and it’s still not fixed, it may be classified as a “lemon.” There are strong damages awards for these cases as well. Hire me to demand the money to buy a new car.

Wrongful Repossession

In their greed, lenders frequently repossess cars that they don’t have a right to, or do it without following the proper steps. Wisconsin has strong penalties for companies that do this. Hire me if your car was repossessed even though you made your payments, or it was repossessed without them sending you a warning notice.